Isaiah 54:1-3 (MSG) “Sing, barren woman, who has never had a baby. Fill the air with song, you who’ve never experienced childbirth! You’re ending up with far more children than all those childbearing women.” God says so!
In the direct words of our man of God, “the spirit of seeing and knowing will be more evident in this month of expansion.” From our passage, it takes only a sensitive man who has never had a baby to sing. Only a man seeing with the eyes of the spirit is able to sing for children not yet seen. However, this, in all honesty, should be the life of a believer (we walk by faith, not sight).
As sons of God, we have received so many tremendous promises from God and much more, this season, God is saying to us; EXPANSION. He is saying from here on out, it is growth. But one thing is essential to the fulfillment of this promise, SENSITIVITY. We must be sensitive to receive instructions. We must be alert to hear what He will have us do, say, or think at time. Furthermore, we must be sensitive to obeying those instructions. The level to which you are sensitive projects how much expansion you are able to achieve.
The Bible says in Isaiah 43:19 AMPC– Behold, I am doing a new thing! Now it springs forth; do you not perceive and know it and will you not give heed to it? I will even make a way in the wilderness and rivers in the desert. We see the very essence of sensitivity here. God said; do you not perceive, know, and give heed to this new thing I am about to do? We must see (perceive) all things (newness, instructions, etc) with the lens of the spirit. Nothing less of that. Furthermore, in perceiving and knowing, there is a perspective.
The perspective of beholding. 2 Corinthians 3: 18 Voice says, “ And all of us, as with unveiled face, [because we] continued to behold [in the Word of God] as in a mirror the glory of the Lord, are constantly being transfigured into His very own image in ever increasing splendor and from one degree of glory to another; [for this comes] from the Lord [Who is] the Spirit.”
The more we behold, the more we become just like Him. Thus, beholding helps us in our sensitivity. It is only when we are sensitive that we are able to perceive, know, and heed in order to achieve expansion.
On a final note dearly beloved, it is not until we see the manifestation of expansion that we become sensitive. Our sensitivity to instructions and precepts of carrying out those instructions should never fade because God’s blessings are new every morning. So, stay SENSITIVE!!!